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Title: Broadsheet on Contemporary Politics, Volume 2, No.10 & 11 (Quarterly) Bilingual (English and Telugu)
Other Titles: The Media
Keywords: Political Economy of Media and the Political - Economic Context of the TV News
Media Industry in Telugu Region – India
Media Industry in relation to the dominant caste, class groupings and their stakes in capitalist industry
Media as an industry and its own profit
Stringers in Telugu Media – their dignity and job insecurity
Newspaper paper organizations - stringers and the exploitation – India
Cross-Media Ownership and Corporatization of Media in Telugu Regions
Race, Mass murderers and Media – India
Islamophobia and Media
Western media and its influence in many third World countries
Islamophobia and “Islam as threat”
Muslim colonization and chief threat to global peace
Telugu press and Muslim issues – Hyderabad- India
Urdu press in Hyderabad – India
The Invisible and Visible Dalit-Journalism – India
Blacks in US media and blackouts in India
Challenges of a woman reporter in India
Issue Date: Dec-2015
Publisher: Anveshi Research Centre for Women’s Studies
Place of Publication: Hyderabad, India
Series/Report no.: Broadsheet on Contemporary Politics, Volume 2, No.10 & 11 (Quarterly) Bilingual (English and Telugu) December 2015
ISSN: 2278-3423
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Appears in Collections:Serials and series reports (Access Limited to Princeton) - Broadsheet on Contemporary Politics

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